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Successfully summiting the cliff, Wynonna tracks down Waverly. But the vision of her mother makes herself a begrudged +1 on the journey, and, as a Gisbon not an Earp, she plants seeds of doubt, resentment, and anti-group sentiment in Wynonna's head. Will they grow?

Objects in Space 9/26/18: No such thing as devils

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Sep 27, 2018, 4:24 PM EDT (Updated)

Today is Wednesday, which means there are officially two more sleeps left until the potentially devastating Wynonna Earp two-part finale. I'm definitely still not prepared, so maybe I should steel myself with plenty of whiskey like the Earp heir herself would. (Or wine, since whiskey doesn't make me feel great.)

What's your drink of choice for TV finales?

- Why Megan Follows loved the playful world of Wynonna Earp. (The TV Junkies)
- How BoJack Horseman addresses the silencing of women. (Vulture)
- Don’t let Telltale Games milk your fandom until they pay the writers they screwed over. (Waypoint)
- A fascinating look at Keira Knightley and her recurring role in negotiating femininity under patriarchal control. (BuzzFeed News)

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